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8vo - 24.5 x 15 cm.; Volume One (the 1966 reprint): viii - 354 pp. Volume Two (1963): ix - 406 pp. Beige cloth over boards with brown lettering on spines and front boards. Illustrated end papers in both and twelve pages of illustrations (photographs and reproductions) in each volume. The spines of both are a tad darkened. Otherwise they are very clean with solid and tight bindings. Both dust jackets are unclipped and that for volume 2 has mild wear to the spine tips. As with the books, the spines are a tad darkened. The publisher's slip case is present (a simple green affair with no markings) and it is worn on the edges and corners with small splits beginning at the open end.
Title: Brown of the Globe. Volume One: The Voice of Upper Canada, 1818-1859. Volume Two, Statesman of Confederation, 1860-1880. (Two volumes in slipcase).
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario., Macmillan.: 1963
Book Condition: Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 27196
Keywords: Canada; Canadiana; Biography; Globe and Mail; Upper Canada; Ontario; Toronto; Confederation; History; Alexander Mackenzie; Lambton Lodge; Fenian; Queen's Own Rifles; Luther Holton; Antoine Dorion; John Stanfield Macdonald; Newspaper; Journalism; Liberal; Politics; Government;